LINKING VISION WITH ACTION
"The Three Seas is a region of growth as our economies are growing faster than in the rest of Europe, and for this reason we aim to foster further development in the three key areas of the Initiative. High on 3SI Summit agenda was Ukraine’s involvement in the Initiative. The 3SI participating states unanimously supported Ukraine's struggle for sovereignty and freedom. With this 3SI Summit and Business Forum, we are starting close cooperation with Ukraine within the framework of the Three Seas Initiative. Looking forward to 3SI Summit and Business Forum in Romania next year!"
Egils Levits President of the Republic of Latvia
The Three Seas is an initiative of unity
Every year it brings together 12 countries located between the Baltic, Black, and Adriatic seas – Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Austria, Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria.
The Three Seas initiative aims to promote cooperation, first and foremost, for the development of infrastructure in the energy, transport, and digital sectors. It targets new investments, economic growth, and energy security.
Three Seas Story
The cornerstone of Three Seas was laid down in 2015. Today, the initiative comprises of an annual summit held at the presidential level, a business forum, and an international investment fund for the financing of infrastructure projects.
The Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund is a dedicated commercial fund targeting critical infrastructure investment in the region. The fund is advised by Amber Infrastructure Group, an independent specialist international investment manager.
Talking with the experts: Gerald Koch from the Three Seas Investment Fund on the future of renewable energy
We had the chance to speak to Gerald Koch, Shareholders’ Representative in the Investment Committee at Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund and senior climate change impact professional.
Talking with the experts: Joe Philipsz on the Investment panel
The Investment panel focused on the investment opportunities of the region – this time, in the context of the war in Ukraine and how it has affected the flow of investment. On the stage, among other speakers, we saw Joe Philipsz, Head of The Three Seas Investment Fund at Amber Infrastructure Group. We had an exclusive opportunity to interview Mr. Philipsz about the topics discussed on the stage, what challenges should be paid more attention to, and lessons learned.